With a small legislative window opening next month, Association urges HME professionals to contact their lawmakers to make strong case for rural/non-bid relief.
Effort includes backing the ‘push purple’ campaign, posting to social media and fundraising.
The new products being showcased at the Nov. 1-3 event include four new pillows and an inflatable bed wedge.
Surveys show patients want access to their data, which can help facilitate care and communication between referral partners.
Wheelchair lift will go to boy with muscular dystrophy, with 101 Mobility Sarasota doing the installation at special Sept. 1 presentation.
Sleep rivals claim each other violated patents; ResMed suit impacts three FP masks, FP suit impacts four ResMed devices.
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As the July 1 cuts take hold, HME providers convey the impact that cuts are having on their patients and their ability to stay in business.
July's setbacks to rural relief legislation were extremely frustrating, but the fight's far from over and there are reasons to feel optimistic.
After considerable and concerted lobbying work on the part of providers, industry leadership, Congressional champions and other HME advocates, relief from national expansion cuts for rural providers was stymied not once, but twice. What happened, and how can the industry reapproach advancing some form of rural relief?
As providers continue to explore how they can expand their retail sales revenues, they are coming face-to-face with an unavoidable reality: e-commerce. Businesses large and small are selling online, and customers want to buy online. How should providers shape their e-commerce plans, and what are the key considerations they must keep in mind?
There are multiple reasons why oxygen providers should establish POC education programs. Various experts examine those reasons and how providers should implement such programs.
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